click here to jump to start of article
Join Our Newsletter

Get latest articles and videos with Jewish inspiration and insights​




About the Author

Leah Abramowitz

Leah Abramowitz is a medical social worker, free lance writer, and a coordinator for Melabev, an organization for the elderly. She has been privileged to live in the Old City of Jerusalem for the past 30 years with her family.

The Eichmann Trial: 50 Years Later

The Eichmann Trial: 50 Years Later

by

A prosecutor and key witness reflect back on the event that transformed Israel.


You First

You First

by

Reckoning with forces that split a family apart.


The Transplanted Torah Scroll

The Transplanted Torah Scroll

by

A Torah scroll's amazing journey from Germany to Israel.


The Rose that Never Blossomed

The Rose that Never Blossomed

by

A recently published Holocaust diary that wavers between hope and despair.


The Protected Rabbi

The Protected Rabbi

by

Why the Nazi's paid a life-long pension to a chassidic rabbi, and provided stormtroopers to safeguard his yeshiva.


Two are Better than One

Two are Better than One

by

They had been married 62 years and there were no children. Every day she sat by his side, willing him to get better and come home.


Caught in the Middle

Caught in the Middle

by

Pulled between responsibilities towards one's children and one's aging parents, "the sandwich generation" have their own unique dilemmas.


Sign up today!